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Gold Headband with Heads of Gazelles and a Stag Between Stars or Flowers. Ca. 1648–1540 B.C., Egypt, h. of central stag 8.9 cm (3 1/2 in); l. of headband 49.5 cm (19 1/2 in). People from western Asia established themselves among the Egyptian inhabitants of the eastern Nile Delta at the time. The northern "Hyksos" culture combined Egyptian and Middle Bronze Age Levantine traditions. This diadem has Near Eastern affinities and is typical of the commingling of artistic styles.
7 Amazing Archaeological Discoveries from Egypt n 1939, archaeologist Pierre Montet discovered the tomb of Psusennes I, a pharaoh who ruled Egypt around 3,000 years ago. His burial chamber was located in Tanis, a city on the Nile Delta. The pharaoh was buried in a coffin made of silver and was laid to rest wearing a spectacular gold burial mask, Montet found.
In March 1939 in Tanis (present-day San-el-Hagar) in the Nile Delta in Egypt, Professor MONTET from a French scientific mission (background) discovered the solid silver sarcophagus of Pharaoh PSUSENNES II, whose original name was Titkheperoure Setepenamon (984-950 B.C.), king fom the XXIth dynasty and supposed father-in-law of King SOLOMON of Israel. Two other pink granite sarcophagi were found with this one.